Morocco is set to legalize marijuana but reports show that legal Marijuana is already sensational in the African continent. Read this and many more positive news on marijuana and hemp.
Federal Agencies Second 1% THC in Hemp
America’s state agriculture departments are supporting efforts to increase hemp’s THC threshold from 0.3% to 1%. However, the National Association Of State Departments of Agriculture gave zero details in its bill statement on how various territories intend to introduce that change. The legislation was incorporated on Thursday amid the caucus’s winter meeting.
Africa Warms up to Marijuana
The Panafrican Hemp Association, headed by Malobi Ogbechie, believes that Africa can craft a hemp landscape that depends on the regionally owned and run supply chains; nonetheless, the continent’s disparate and multiple states require America’s and Europe’s expertise and financing. Malobi cited that if Africa fails to build the sector by itself, other parties will.
Morocco Set to Legalize Medical Marijuana
Based on a Morocco World News post, Morocco intends to permit cannabis production and consumption by early March according to a Ministers Council legislation that would put cannabis cultivators in cooperatives.
Pennsylvania Governor Awards Sixty-Nine Cannabis Pardons
As the Pennsylvania state lawmakers prepare to pass a bipartisan marijuana authorization bill, Governor Tom Wolf disclosed that he gave expedited pardons for non-violent marijuana felonies to another sixty-nine people. Last week, Tom approved clemency activities as a portion of the Expedited Review Program for Non-Violent Marijuana-Associated Misdemeanors through the area’s Pardon Board.
$14 Million Investment to Restore Operations in Canada’s Fiber Processing Institution
The Canadian Rockies Hemp Corporation disclosed that it has started building the hemp fiber processing site again after a 270-day stall owing to financial difficulties. The company added that Merida Capital Holdings (a private equity firm) has offered $14M that will put the company back on track.
Joe’s AG Select Restates Promise To Respect Federal Cannabis Laws
America’s president’s appointee for the country’s attorney general office reiterated through writing that he doesn’t feel the Department of Justice should be apportioning state resources to arrest or incarcerate people who are obeying marijuana laws. While responding to questions from lawmakers during last week’s confirmation hearing, Judge Merrick Garland underscored that the country should aim at major criminal enterprises that bypass legalization laws.
Massachusetts Community College Provides Marijuana Training Scholarships
The Massachusetts-located Holyoke Community College Cannabis Education Center is giving scholarships to students who sign up for its cannabis training course, that will start on 20th March to 20th March and end on 21st March. Students will have to part with $595 to register for the program, but eligible people will have the cost paid by Elevate Northeast, the institution’s partner, and marijuana Company.
Cannabis Legalization Could Solve West Virginia’s Opioid Crisis
West Virginia’s governor, Jim Justice, announced on Tuesday that in case the state’s lawmakers send legislation legalizing marijuana to his desk, he will sign it as law. Although the governor doesn’t wholly support adult-use authorization, he asserted in a town hall occasion that he may support medical cannabis, thanks to the members of the medical community.
USDA Requires New Information on Hemp Production from Growers
The United States Agriculture Department’s officials intend to acquire details about the production and acreage of hemp from multiple state cultivators before the end of the year. It gave a notice last month in the State Register requesting White House’s permission to acquire data regarding hemp production.
Hawaii Cannabis Legalization Reform Ascends to the Senate Floor
Hawaii’s lawmakers voted to ascend a bill on Wednesday that would permit Marijuana sales across the state and allow 21 and over individuals to nurture the crop at their premises. The pass vote arrives a day after a senate caucus ascended a different provision to improve marijuana levels that are presently authorized by the existing state regulation.
CBD and CBG Dominate Cannabinoid Cultivation
Despite the immense hype regarding delta-8 THC from the cannabis space, cannabinoids are receiving a lot of popularity from cultivators and consumers.
Cellulose Hemp Makeup Could Replace Traditional Cosmetics
A panel from the Sichuan University of China has devised a fluid beauty foundation derived from hemp stalk cellulose, the researchers assert that it exudes several improvements than the traditional makeup.
Production of Solar-powered Vehicle made From Hemp Materials to begin in 2021
Solar-powered automobiles manufactured using hemp are being sourced by a San Diego-located manufacturer; the firm expects to start production before the year comes to an end.
DEA Clams State Hemp Legalization is Compromising Cannabis Enforcement
The DEA feels that hemp’s federal legalization is causing law enforcement problems. It stated that the legislation safeguards criminal firms that traffic illegal marijuana.
Tennessee Senators Ascend Medical Marijuana Reform
Tennessee advanced a reform to decriminalize medical marijuana across the state on Wednesday. However, the Senate Commission declined another reform that urged regulators to comprehend the aspect of enacting the bill in case state regulation is changed.